Croke Park II – Table of Pay Cuts
Posted on February 28, 2013 by Gerald Flynn
Here are details of the stepped pay cuts planned for public service employees earning more than €65,000. Click here for: Croke Park II – Higher Pay Cuts Table
Those earning less than €100,000 may resume payment of incremental scale pay rises after 2016.
Communications key to Employee Engagement
Posted on February 25, 2011 by Gerald Flynn
In a panel discussion at the 2011 Health Summit at Croke Park, Dublin, Gerald Flynn cautions health managers that they would find it very difficult to achieve significant reforms and savings.
He said that there was little evidence in recent months of health sector managers engaging in effective internal communications in HSE and other health-sector workplaces.
Open and honest communication of necessary changes and reforms have to be presented directly to employees.
“The use of ‘partnership’ groups and industrial relations machinery to secure employee engagement and support is no longer viable. Effective involvement and consultations should take place in the workplace, initiated by local managers, and not be side-lined to national partnership bodies”, he advised.
Newstalk update on ‘Croke Park’ pay deal
Posted on May 11, 2010 by Gerald Flynn
Mark Mortell of Newstalk AM gets an update on the ‘Croke Park’ public service pay and pensions proposals. Listen here: Newstalk AM – Croke Park pay deal update